ShadowEyez wrote:SSD's unfortunatley do this type of thing. It can depend on the type of chip the SSD has, sometimes sandforce can refuse to boot or come up with errors.
I have an OCZ agility 3 that in a raid0 array on my main machine that was acting erratic - everytime I would boot, the raid array would say the "member disk" had an error, but would continue to boot in to windows, though the system would sometimes freeze after a few hours and sometimes when on a cold boot, would need to be restarted right after booting into windows. Updated firmware, secure erased drives, reset raid array and re-installed windows - hopefully doesn't happen to me again...
I guess they are still working out the "bugs" in SSD
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